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  Reply # 1432057 21-Nov-2015 08:12
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Did anyone have problems with Hulu and Dns4me last night?  On 2dgress fibre.  Played for 30 seconds and no more.

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  Reply # 1432067 21-Nov-2015 08:53
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Spark VDSL , Getflix  no problem with Hulu last night for me





 

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  Reply # 1432095 21-Nov-2015 10:10
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2degrees VDSL - watched last night around 12.30am with no issues.




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  Reply # 1432440 21-Nov-2015 22:20
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Unable to play Hulu on ATV4 tonight. UnoTelly are aware of the issue and are working on it.




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  Reply # 1432443 21-Nov-2015 22:27
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Same problem here, hulu unwatchable, Netflix fine...

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  Reply # 1432480 22-Nov-2015 08:14
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As per my other post with the same problem mine is on an AT 4.  I think it is possible a Hulu Apple TV problem.

I found a work around. Once it starts and does it 30 seconds and then stops, push stop on the remote and then play again and it works.  A pain I know but a work around.

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  Reply # 1432556 22-Nov-2015 11:36
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I couldn't even get content to load - just got a 5003 error "playback failed". I have confidence Unotelly will fix it. They're good at sorting these things out pretty quickly. In the meantime I can still AirPlay from iPad.




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  Reply # 1432912 22-Nov-2015 21:09
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As at right now, I'm still having the same buffering issues I mentioned in the OP. I switched to unblock-us and it works just fine. No buffering, and HD. Switching back to Unotelly immediately brings the problems back. This rules my ISP as the bottleneck out so I have escalated at Unotelly. I hope they can fix it as have about 6 months of my sub left but if not I guess i'll switch to unblock-us.

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  Reply # 1433086 23-Nov-2015 09:32
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Just got an email from UnoTelly to say the issue is fixed. Try restarting the device and see if it's working now.




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  Reply # 1433141 23-Nov-2015 10:54
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littleheaven: Just got an email from UnoTelly to say the issue is fixed. Try restarting the device and see if it's working now.


Haven't had an update on my ticket yet but will check it out tonight. Fingers crossed.



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  Reply # 1433428 23-Nov-2015 17:28
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littleheaven: Just got an email from UnoTelly to say the issue is fixed. Try restarting the device and see if it's working now.


Nope, definitely not fixed for me.

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  Reply # 1433518 23-Nov-2015 20:22
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Restarting the device didn't fix it for me, but then I updated the IP via the Unotelly app and did another restart, and it worked.




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  Reply # 1433533 23-Nov-2015 20:48
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littleheaven: Restarting the device didn't fix it for me, but then I updated the IP via the Unotelly app and did another restart, and it worked.
had your IP changed?

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  Reply # 1433541 23-Nov-2015 21:13
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steve98:
littleheaven: Restarting the device didn't fix it for me, but then I updated the IP via the Unotelly app and did another restart, and it worked.
had your IP changed?


No idea, but it seemed to do the trick. Maybe it's just a coincidence and it was the second restart that nailed it.




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  Reply # 1433615 23-Nov-2015 22:35
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Still having issues here - 2 Degrees Broadband connection with VDSL - 32 Mb down 10 Mb up - I have lodged a ticket with UnoTelly and its been escalated.
Have rebooted my FritzBox, restarted the Roku, still with problems, even viewing via a browser is not that great - it wont stream in HD like it usually does and even high quality needs buffering.

Anyhow looking at this thread, it has been fixed for some, but I can confirm not for others.....



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